Joanna Walczykowska

Joanna Walczykowska

Joanna Walczykowska
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Cléo de Mérode became renowned for her glamour even more than for her dancing skills and her image began appearing on such things as postcards and playing cards.

Cléo de Mérode became renowned for her glamour even more than for her dancing skills and her image began appearing on such things as postcards and playing cards.

Gypsy: #Gypsy.

Gypsy: #Gypsy.

. Mary Nolan 1920's

. Mary Nolan 1920's

Lily Elsie in "The Merry Widow". She was one of the most photographed women of the Edwardian era.

Lily Elsie in "The Merry Widow". She was one of the most photographed women of the Edwardian era.

Taza, hermano de Naiche

Taza, hermano de Naiche

High Bear, Miniconjou or Oglala

High Bear, Miniconjou or Oglala

Early 20th century rednecks

Early 20th century rednecks

In homes with usually only one room, the box-bed allowed some privacy and helped keep people warm during winter. It was the main furniture of rural houses in Brittany until the 20th century.

In homes with usually only one room, the box-bed allowed some privacy and helped keep people warm during winter. It was the main furniture of rural houses in Brittany until the 20th century.

The 1920s is my favorite time period for fashion...the hair, makeup, everything

The 1920s is my favorite time period for fashion...the hair, makeup, everything

A box-bed is a bed enclosed in furniture that looks like a cupboard, half-opened or not.The box-bed is closed on all sides by panels of wood. One enters it by removing curtains, opening a door hinge or sliding doors on one or two slides. In front of the box-bed was often a large oaken chest, with the same length as the bed. This was the 'seat of honour,' and served also as a step for climbing into the bed. It was also used to store clothing, underwear and bedding the rest of the time

A box-bed is a bed enclosed in furniture that looks like a cupboard, half-opened or not.The box-bed is closed on all sides by panels of wood. One enters it by removing curtains, opening a door hinge or sliding doors on one or two slides. In front of the box-bed was often a large oaken chest, with the same length as the bed. This was the 'seat of honour,' and served also as a step for climbing into the bed. It was also used to store clothing, underwear and bedding the rest of the time